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BC Creates in the Lower Mainland/Southwest

Learn about the creative innovators in the Lower Mainland/Southwest region of British Columbia.

BC Creates in Northern BC

Learn about the creative innovators in the Northern B.C. region.

BC Creates in the Thompson/Okanagan/Kootenays

Learn about the creative innovators in the Thompson/Okanagan/Kootenays region of British Columbia.

BC Creates on the Island/Coast

Learn about the creative innovators on the Island/Coast of British Columbia.

Meeting Mel D’Souza: Founder of SILO Entertainment

Mel D’Souza is an Executive Producer, a Creative Producer, and ex-television executive who was born in Bombay, India and raised in Vancouver. He oversees SILO Entertainment, a content development and rights-holding company which was founded…

NSI IndigiDocs premieres on APTN

The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI)  premieres two, one-hour short documentary specials on APTN, featuring films made through the 2019 and 2020 editions of NSI IndigiDocs. Four of the featured films originate from B.C. storytellers. NSI…

#WatchBC at VIFF 2021!

British Columbia’s biggest annual celebration of cinema, VIFF, is just around the corner. From October 1-11, film lovers province-wide will enjoy over 110 feature films, 75+ shorts, talks and conferences at VIFF 2021.  You can enjoy the…

Empathy through storytelling with Shabnam Rezaei, Big Bad Boo Studios

Big Bad Boo Studios is a premier animation company based in Vancouver, B.C. with offices in New York and Los Angeles that produces Canadian children's content. The studio is no stranger to broadcast deals with leading companies Hulu, Amazon…

Feel in colour with Daniel Code and Graham Kew

Colour Study is a meditative and evocative experimental short film that will entrance you. Writers Charles Demers, Chelene Knight and Shazia Hafiz Ramji take us on a dreamy journey through ROYGBIV, while organizing objects and locations by their…

‘Who Am I’, directed by Adhel Arop

‘Who Am I’ tells the story of Adhel Arop’s quest for identity as she reconciles with her mother’s past as a child soldier in South Sudan.   Adhel Arop is a two-time award-winning documentary filmmaker residing in Vancouver,…

Luke Campbell Knows How to Rally a Network to Help Others

In early April we saw ICG 669’s former treasurer, Luke Campbell, take swift leadership in a DTES meal delivery initiative at the peak of COVID-19. His actions were quickly aided with support from Teamsters Local Union 155, IATSE and DGC members,…

An Interview with Kim Thé, Booking Representative & Artist Manager at Pebble Star Artists

Kim Thé gives us some incite into Pebble Star Artists, a full-service art management and booking agency for family friendly entertainment and young audiences. With a little help from Creative BC Kim talks about what the future looks like for…
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An Interview With Anoushka Ratnarajah Co-artistic Director at Out On Screen – Vancouver Queer Film Festival.

“I think that trust and respect are so important when it comes to artistic integrity.”-Anoushka Ratnarajah Anoushka Ratnarajah has always been a creative person, even as a little girl. “My parents encouraged me and my brother…